UPDATE: 18-year-old Tyler Stone of Hoffman (MN) was killed in a two-vehicle collision in Grant County, Minnesota. The crash occurred on Highway 79 at County Road 21 around 4:30 p.m. Sunday afternoon, according to the Minnesota State Patrol Stone was traveling eastward on Highway 79 when he crashed head-on with a pickup truck driven westbound by Brandon resident Dalton Johnson, 23.
Stone was fatally injured and was pronounced dead at the scene, whereas Johnson was rushed to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Officers report that alcohol was not a factor in the collision.
Tyler Stone Death – Tyler Stone passed away following a fatal motor vehicle accident in Minnesota, he was a Warren Woods Tower High School alum. Tyler is also known as TyTy by loved ones. Tyler Kendrick, Warren Woods Tower High School alum shared the news of passing Tyler Stone on Facebook. Tyler Kendrick wrote that his going to miss playing video games with Stone, as he was one of his best friends.
“Fly high with your brother Troy Stone. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family” Kendrick concluded. Tyler Stone’s Facebook page revealed that he was a native and resident of Fair Haven, Michigan. He went to Warren Woods Tower High School.
Tyler Stone’s obituary will be released by the family…
RELATED ARTICLE: Dakota Daniel Flint killed, child injured in central Minnesota crash
An accident that occurred in central Minnesota on Monday evening resulted in the death of a 22-year-old man from Monticello and the injury of a toddler. The man was reportedly driving south on Highway 15 in a 2013 Dodge when the state patrol reported that he veered off the road to the right and then overcorrected, which caused the automobile to roll over. He went down in the area around County Road 27.
The man was not fastened in his seat at the time of the incident. He was identified as Dakota Daniel Flint. A child of four years old was hurt, although his injury was not considered to be life-threatening. There was also a child in the vehicle who was younger than one year old, however they were uninjured.
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